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Man Kills His 11-Month Old Daughter Live On Facebook, Then Commit Suicide

Discussion in 'CELEBRITY GIST' started by ramzy, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. ramzy

    ramzy Journeyman Staff Member

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    What a disheartening news of a man killed his 11 month years old baby daughter and then commit suicide live on Facebook.

    This happened to be a man from Thailand was real name is Wuttisan Wongtalay , recording himself killing his 11 month years old daughter right live on Facebook.

    The man happened to upload two video clips on Facebook before taking the steps of committing suicide. The videos was posted at 16:50 (09:50 GMT) and 16:57 on Monday.

    And this is not the first time such suicide occurrence happened in Facebook and it doesn't seem to stop anytime soon. Cause a few days ago we've seen 24 year old student who was said to be from Bengaluru, India as country committed the same suicide and this also happened in Facebook live streaming based on the tutorial he embark on 'How To Commit Suicide'.

    And now a Thailand is now joining the list and this also now becoming something out of purpose cause now people are turning Facebook live stream into suicide watched place.

    The first video upload by the Thailand man was viewed 112,000 times whereas the second video uploaded at 16:57 was viewed 258,000 times. The video shows Wuttisan Wongtalay tying a rope to his daughter Natalie's neck and hanging her from the roof of an abandoned building in Phuket, what a sad event to tell.
    Report from a source that they was a police officer in charge of the case whose real name is, Jullaus Savannin said that 'Wuttisan Wongtalay was having some kind of paranoia about his wife leaving him and not loving him,'. His wife claimed that she lived with him for more than a year, but unfortunately he grew violent with time.

    His wife said that when she found that he left home with Natalie their daughter, she feared that something was wrong and strange.

    Singapore based Facebook also voice out his mind on this issue and even called this incident horrifying in an email which is sent to Reuters. Says 'there is absolutely no place for content of this kind on Facebook and it has now been removed.'

    Thailand’s ministry of Digital Economy contacted Facebook on Tuesday about removing the videos, after receiving a police request.

    So, I think with the current situation of this Facebook live streaming of a thing, still keep me wondering if people or I will rather will not even agitating on banning it. Even, I don't think this has to do with Facebook live streaming the other way round but kinda look sketchy the whole incident that is happening on Facebook live streaming.
     
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